Visitors Welcome to Billy Graham Library This Summer

By   •   May 13, 2020

The Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina, is welcoming visitors to come experience the peace of Christ. Admission to the Library is free and offers a place to spend time with family on a hot summer day or enjoy time alone to reflect.
Open in accordance with recommended health guidelines for COVID-19, the Library is currently limited to half its visitor capacity. There are also hand sanitizer stations and increased cleanings of benches and surfaces. Visitors are asked to practice social distancing and staff temperatures are checked regularly.
Stop by the Graham family homeplace, located just in front of the Library. Billy Graham lived in this house from age nine until he left for college. The building was reconstructed on the Library grounds, located about four miles from where it was originally built.
Don't miss the Journey of Faith Tour where you can learn about how God used Billy Graham's life to spread the Gospel around the world. In addition, enjoy shopping at the Ruth's Attic Bookstore and grab a refreshing ice cream cone from the Graham Brothers Dairy Bar.
The Memorial Prayer Garden includes the gravesites of Billy and Ruth Graham, as well as Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Crusade Music Director Cliff Barrows and longtime Crusade soloist George Beverly Shea. Walk through the gardens and take time to talk with a Billy Graham chaplain, available to listen and pray.
The Billy Graham Library is committed to proclaiming the message of God’s love and the hope of Jesus Christ. Plan your trip to the Library, open Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. You can also join us virtually for fun activities and spiritual encouragement.